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Old 13 June 2014, 02:16   #21
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I just mentioned USB because there are those Saturn USB pads and also SNES pads and more. It would be awesome!
I hadn't seen those Saturn USB pads - they look like a great idea, as long as the quality's there. Anyhow, I found the thread about the USB gamepad adapter: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=73410

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Anyway, really looking forward to this you are doing. As I said, Sega 6 button [pads are my favourite controller EVER!
Yeah I have to say I like them too. Anyhow, I have the adapter working as of tonight - I just need to decide on the button mapping.
I was thinking in terms of mapping B to Red, C to Blue, A to Green and Y to Yellow. Then X and Z to left and right shoulder buttons, respectively, and maybe mapping Mode to "up" to make older platform and driving games easier to play with the joypad. Thoughts, anyone?
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Old 13 June 2014, 11:59   #22
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The SLS Sega Saturn USB pads were great. They are 1:1 replications of the original Sega Saturn Japan model pad. But sadly not available anymore. Only the newer clones or the cheap "Sega Play" pads. Avoid them!!

This is the real deal, but the prices are insane. I've payed 17 euros a few years ago.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Official-S...item1e8cc040d0

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Old 20 October 2014, 22:12   #25
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This KMTech Amipad32 is similar to that one made by EAB user not long ago.
We have just made a major improvement to the Dpad on the Amipad32.

So the answer is a resounding yes to the original question! We have been selling these now for well over 12 months.



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The SLS Sega Saturn USB pads were great. They are 1:1 replications of the original Sega Saturn Japan model pad. But sadly not available anymore. Only the newer clones or the cheap "Sega Play" pads. Avoid them!!

This is the real deal, but the prices are insane. I've payed 17 euros a few years ago.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Official-S...item1e8cc040d0
Agreed that the original Sega Saturn sls pads are amazing. I picked up a couple of these quite a few years ago and I haven't found another pad yet that comes close to the quality of it. They really do go for crazy prices on ebay now too.
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